Open Cities Health Center
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Dental Clinics
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IT Manager

Saint Paul, MN

$80,000 - $90,000 a year
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11 days ago

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Medical Lab Technician

Saint Paul, MN

$26 an hour
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30+ days ago

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Dental Hygienist

Saint Paul, MN

$30 - $35 an hour
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30+ days ago

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Dental Assistant
$19.16 per hour
$120,844 per year
Dental Hygienist
$32.23 per hour
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Work & Life Balance


Former employee in Saint Paul, MN
on January 25, 2020
Enjoyed my positon and helping patients. Many positions are union so there are dues, a non matched 401k, and benefits are expensive. Many changes within the company.
Medical Assistant in Saint Paul, MN
on October 27, 2020
OCHC has an interim CEO that is terrible. Makes rash decisions and personal attacks. She sees patients but doesn’t finish her charting notes, very poor patient care and adds to their already financial issues. Interim CEO is not qualified for the position. Only favorites get significant pay increases or if you threaten to quite. CEO doesn’t care about the well being of the clinic. They have let go and hurt people who have been there 30+ years. And who are real staples in the community. A lot of illegal things happen on a day to day basis. The way they handle COVID is appalling. Administration and directors don’t even wear masks as they should.
Management in Saint Paul, MN
on April 5, 2020
First start of my year, i have enjoy working with open cities health. But after a year everything changes. People who work there for 20+ year got let go and replace. Things around haven’t been the same since then. Upper management started to get poor and dont really help or care about employees. Mangers/supervisor favor people to much. They make you do more then your JOB description when they hired you. Plus with that they dont Raise after 90 days and after a year. We lost lots of patients within a year due to because poor Management. Front desk should train their people better and know how to treat each other respectfully. I really wish open cities can learn and grow from these mistake.
Accounts Manager/Payroll Administrator in St. Paul, MN
on January 24, 2020
This is a very diverse organizations that services the low income, under insured as well as insured community. I learned that everyone matters regardless of their culture, inabilities or abilities. We are all human beings and should be treated as such. My job was very fulfilling.
unknown in St. Paul, MN
on January 22, 2020
do as you are told, many different players. Roles are always changing, people are always changing. Never know who is really in-charge of the company. Lots of contracted employees and not many hourly paid employees. Union is involved for some and not others. Strange.
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Manager said he was new so didn’t know what to ask me. So I told him about what I know about Opencities and the staff that works there.

Shared on July 18, 2019
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